St. Johns Country Day School soccer signed four players on National Signing Day with, l-r, Kamy Loustau signing to Princeton University for soccer; Jared Lasano signing to play at Flagler College for soccer; Payton Walton signing to play at Thomas University in Georgia for soccer and Maddie Wilkes signing to play softball at the United State Military Academy at West Point.
Ridgeview High cross country runner Joel Nesi, center, smiles with dad, Al Nesi, Jr., right, and Ridgeview athletic director John Sgromolo after signing to run at Flagler College in St. Augustine.
Ridgeview High’s football signees, l-r, Stanley Jean-Baptiste heading to Geneva College in Beaver Falls, PA; Grayson Edwards, wide receiver, heading to Methodist University in North Carolina; Tyler Huff, quarterback, heading to Presbyterian College in South Carolina, Anthony Troupe, offensive lineman, heading to Methodist University and Odjuan Whitfield, defensive end, heading to Troy University in Alabama in morning signing ceremony at Ridgeview High School.
The Turner family, mom Daphne, and dad Terrance, check out signing ceremony cupcakes with sons Jaiden, left, and Kiaran as Jaiden was signing to join his older brother at Wheeling Jesuit University to play college football.
Orange Park High softball coach Lee Taylor, left, sits with Ramsy Phillips, an softball infielder who signed to play at Indian River State College in south Florida.
Orange Park footbal coach Tom Macpherson, seated, signed off three players; l-r, Cedrick Flanders, offensive line to Hutchinson Community College in Kansas; Terrance Johnson, offensive weapon, to Dodge City Community College in Kansas, and James Rhodes, offensive line, to Stetson University.
Oakleaf High softball pitcher Madyson Davis signed to play next at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.
Oakleaf High soccer coach Fred Hulett, left, stands with three of his athletes; l-r, Tim Morgan, Braden Ammon and Vito Fasulo prior to the trio signing to play college soccer. Morgan will play at Brewton-Parker in Georgia. Ammon will play at University of South Florida. Fasulo will play at the University of South Carolina-Salkehatchie. Not pictured was Jared McGregor who will play at LaGrange College.
Oakleaf High sisters Caitlynn and Jazmine Lamug signed together to play at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, FL.
Oakleaf High third baseman Baylee Goddard signed to play at the University of Florida; twice the NCAA champions. Goddard has been strong bat for Lady Knights state title in 2017 and state runnerup in 2018 in Class 8A.
Correspondent photo by Regann Chadwell/FIHS student
Fleming Island got two football signees; Sam Snyder to Baylor University, and Jake Libretto to the US. Air Force Academy, plus two volleyball signees; Lyara Rosario to Valdosta State University and Miah Pena to Ava Maria University in south Florida.
Keystone Heights High lineman Joshua Hughes, center in white, will head to Stetson University in Deland, Fl to continue his football playing days.
Staff photos by Randy Lefko
Keystone Heights High lineman Daniel Dodd with parents Kristin and Dan Dodd will head to Furman University in South Carolina.
Oakleaf High linebacker Dexter Moore signed to continue his football at Limestone College in South Carolina.
Oakleaf High volleyball player Courtney Williams will continue playing at Florida Gateway College in Lake City.
Oakleaf High pitcher Cambria Arturo will bring her powerful arm to Jacksonville University. Arturo and teammate Madyson Davis will be strong pitching pair for Lady Knights as they try for a third consecutive Class 8A final berth.